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Submitted by Tolkoto 518d ago | interview

Warner Bros. sails into digital games (interview)

The studio will hire as many as 100 people in the next year or so to make games based on Warner’s entertainment properties. And it comes after the entertainment company built a successful console video game business on properties such as Batman and Lego. The studio will specialize in developing and publishing high-quality, free-to-play, mobile, social, and browser-based games.

The man calling the shots in this business is an industry veteran, Greg Ballard, the senior vice president of digital games at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. (Android, Greg Ballard, iPad, iPhone, PC, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)

JeffGrubb  +   518d ago
That's all folks!
AronDeppert  +   518d ago
Still leary over digital distribution.

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